Gitterman Gallery exhibits the vintage black and white photographs by English Roger Mayne (1929–2014) through Saturday, January 23rd. Roger Mayne's seminal body of work on the streets of West London and similar working class neighborhoods of Britain in the 1950s and early 1960s made him one of the most important post-war British photographers. This exhibition will highlight groupings of photographs Mayne made of the same scene, on the same day.
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